Quiz 2
on
"Home
for
Christmas"
(1991)
starring
Dustin Diamond
as
Ebenezer Scrooge
As of:  10:50 p.m. E.D.T., Wednesday, April 17, 2019


1. What kind of cookies did Zack make?
oatmeal cookies
sugar cookies
gingerbread cookies
This is a trick question; no cookies are seen or mentioned in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

2. What is unusual about Zack's cookies?
They're very large.
They're gingerbread women instead of men.
both of the above
This is a trick question; no cookies are seen or mentioned in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

3. How much money does Slater earn wrapping gifts?
$4 per hour
$8 per hour
$12 per hour
This is a trick question; Slater's wages are never specified, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

4. How much money does Jessie earn working as Santa's photo booth assistant?
$4 per hour
$8 per hour
$12 per hour
This is a trick question; Jessie's wages are never specified, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

5. How much money does Lisa earn working as a Candy Striper?
$4 per hour
$8 per hour
$12 per hour
This is a trick question; Candy Stripers are unpaid volunteers.

6. How much money does Kelly earn working for Mr. Moody?
$4 per hour
$8 per hour
$12 per hour
This is a trick question; Kelly's wages are never specified, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

7. What were the minimum wages in the U.S.A. and California, in December, 1991?
$4.25 in the U.S.A.; $4.25 in California
$4.25 in the U.S.A.; $4.75 in California
$4.25 in the U.S.A.; $6.25 in California
$4.25 in the U.S.A.; $7.75 in California

8. What is Mrs. Morris' nickname?
Angie
Barb
Kat
Mrs. M.

9. Who is Mrs. Morris' son?
Slater
Screech
Zack
Frank

10. When a woman drops a box of champagne glasses, apparently breaking them, what does she say about them?
They were the most expensive champagne glasses in the mall.
They were the last champagne glasses in the mall.
They were the most unique champagne glasses in the mall.
This is a trick question; no champagne glasses are ever seen or mentioned, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

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